In the Fall of 1948 Bob Wills sacked Tommy Duncan, his vocalist since 1936–and his vocalist on all those western swing classics. Duncan simply carried on undaunted. He began his solo career on Capitol, and this set comprises all of his Capitol, Natural, and Intro records made between 1949 and 1951. He re-made a few Wills classics, cut a few Jimmie Rodgers songs, and picked some great new songs, including Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy, Sick Sober And Sorry, There’s Not A Cow In Texas, All Star Boogie, and I’m Thru Wastin’ Time On You. These are forgotten gems!